Jared Tyler is a singer/songwriter who grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and who has twice lived in Nashville. He’s now happily rooted back in the Tulsa community where he grew up. He made his debut with the release of Blue Allelujia, an album produced by Ruse Titleman on Walking Liberty Records in New York City. He’s been the supporting act for many artists such as Emmylou Harris, Nickle Creek, Merle Haggard, and many more. Jared has recorded eight albums with his sideman, Malcolm Holcolm, and toured throughout North America with the likes of Billy Bragg, Merle Haggared, Shelby Lynne and Wilco.
Host Rich Reardin talks with New York singer/songwriter Bill Scorzari. Bill is a songwriter who’s music hints at many of todays and yesterdays troubadours. A pivotal moment in Bill’s life was his discovery of a Live at Paste recording of Justin Townes Earle performing “Mama’s Eyes,” as it marked the transition from Bill’s career focus on matters of the mind to matters of the heart. It’s the song that changed his life. Since then, Bill has written over 100 original compositions (and counting). He has opened for acts such as Frank Fairfield, Jonah Tolchin, Zac Sokolow (The Americans), Tom Marion, Whiskey Myers, Big Country, The Meadows Brothers, Twisted Pine and Laney Jones & The Spirits. In 2014, Bill released his acclaimed debut album, Just the Same, and in March of 2017, his sophomore album, Through These Waves, was released.